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12-01-2015 - 11:50
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The next Committee meetings will be held on Monday 9 March (19.00 - 21.00) in Strasbourg and Wednesday 18 March (09.00-12.30) in Brussels.






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Market stability reserve for the Union greenhouse gas emission trading scheme - Ivo Belet (PPE/BE)

25-02-2015 - 17:19
Greenhouse gas emission

On Tuesday 24 February 2015, the ENVI Committee voted on the draft report "Establishment and operation of a market stability reserve for the Union greenhouse gas emission trading scheme and amendment of Directive 2003/87/EC".

Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) - Nils Torvalds (ALDE/FI)

25-02-2015 - 17:19
Fuel quality - Renewable energy

On Tuesday 24 February 2015, the ENVI Committee voted on the draft recommendation for second reading of the amendment to the fuel quality directive and the renewable energy directive.

Joint Public Hearing - Cloning of animals for farming purposes

25-02-2015 - 17:17
Cloning

On 23 February, the ENVI and AGRI Committees held a joint public hearing on the cloning of animals for farming purposes. MEPs debated with experts on issues related to the animal cloning technique and on the impact of the Commission proposals for two Directives on this matter.

Study alert - ETS Market Stability Reserve (MSR)

20-02-2015 - 13:28
ETS Market stability reserve - Study

This report summarises the presentations and discussions during the workshop on the ETS Market Stability Reserve (MSR), held on the 5th November 2014. The aim of the workshop was to allow an exchange of views between MEPs, the European Commission, stakeholders from energy and industry sectors and NGOs on the need to intervene in the EU ETS in order to address the current oversupply of allowances that are undermining the effectiveness of the policy instrument. There was a general consensus amongst all participants for greater supply-side flexibility of allowances in the EU ETS with the majority of speakers arguing in favour of an earlier implementation date for the MSR and the prevention of backloaded allowances from re-entering the market before 2020 to create a
stronger and more stable price signal for low carbon investments. This document was provided by Policy Department A for the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.

Proceeding of the workshop on Novel Foods

12-02-2015 - 12:27
Novel Foods ENVI workshop

This report summarises the presentations and discussions during the Workshop on Novel Foods, held on 7 October 2014. The aim of the workshop was to allow an exchange of views between MEPs, the European Commission, stakeholders of the novel foods industry, NGOs, public administration and academia.

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Environment Committee backs switchover to advanced biofuels

ENVI 24-02-2015 - 17:16

A draft law to cap the production of traditional biofuels and accelerate the shift to alternative sources, such as seaweed and waste, was approved by the Environment Committee on Tuesday. It aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that result from the growing use of agricultural land to produce biofuel crops. (Ábhar léitheoireachta)

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Environment Committee backs ETS market reserve, advocates early start

ENVI 24-02-2015 - 17:11

A draft law to reform the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), by reducing the surplus of carbon credits available for trading into order to support the price, was backed by Environment Committee MEPs in a vote on Tuesday. They advocated introducing the mechanism early, by the end of 2018, and also proposed preventing the automatic return to the market, from 2019, of a portion of allowances “back loaded” last year in a separate vote. (Ábhar léitheoireachta)

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24-02-2015 - 15:08
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24-02-2015 - 13:07
ENVI Cruinniú

Focal Fáilte

Giovanni La Via - Chairman of ENVI Committee

Fáilte go dtí láithreán gréasáin Choiste ENVI.

Agus 69 gComhaltaí
ar áireamh ann is é Coiste ENVI príomhchoiste reachtach Pharlaimint na hEorpa.

Tá Comhaltaí ENVI go gníomhach i mbun oibre chun faisnéis bhia chuig tomhaltóirí a fheabhsú, go háirithe trí lipéadú a rialáil agus trí tháirgí a chur ar an margadh. Tá ENVI tiomanta do réitigh Eorpacha a mholadh do shaincheisteanna sláinte poiblí.

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